Two classic lighting fixtures, hung with nautical rope instead of ordinary chains, illuminate the house. A kitchen island is the right approach to visually divide the kitchen from the rest of the room. This homeowner thought about how she works in the kitchen and had the essentials put in accordingly. She chose to have the sink rather than the cooktop on the island so she might look out over the room. A small pine table and Windsor chairs tucked subsequent to the island are a surprising–and extra comfortable–alternative to barstools.
The exposed wooden beams in the ceiling of this kitchen by Jane Hawkins Hoke give it that farmhouse vibe whereas the fresh coat of paint and pristine situation guarantee a contemporary, clean ambiance. In this shiny kitchen , the spring green painted hardwood flooring really feel like a heat welcome. The framed print, linen curtains, and striped ares rug carry that sentiment throughout the area. A bar cart is probably the finishing touch you didn’t know you want in …Read More